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forms differ from those in § 3.262 since they may be added to both the
polite and non-polite imperatives. They are usually used to address
elders or another person considered to be the speaker's equal. When used
with forms other than imperative, the polite distinctions are not
É×µ ÂÔ²¿Ô inge vaa-yaa `come here, man'
Sat Nov 2 21:16:08 EST 1996